Local Headlines 10-17-18

Deseret News

Editorial: Sears’ bankruptcy is a sign free markets, entrepreneurial skill still work

Romney continues to raise more, spend more than Wilson in U.S. Senate race

Salt Lake City may require pet stores to sell only shelter animals

Salt Lake officials say $87 million for roads a matter of pay now, or pay more later

Utah Rep. Rob Bishop is facing a challenge. Here are his opponents

Lawmakers delay decision on keeping USTAR’s light shining

School boards across Utah ask voter approval of $600 million in school construction bonds

Salt Lake City Council approves mother-in-law apartment ordinance

Controversy over Utah Rep. Mia Love’s fundraising is not over

ACLU: Operation Rio Grande in Salt Lake City was ‘heavy-handed,’ led to long-term ‘collateral damage’

Should school fees be eliminated? Lawmakers weigh options after two critical audits

Salt Lake Tribune

Michelle Quist: We need liberals and conservatives for a whole society

Editorial: Keep Rivera as Salt Lake County Sheriff

Utah’s ACT scores inch up again — but most high school graduates are still not college-ready in math, reading or science

They pointed fingers and demanded apologies. Here’s what you might have missed in the Mia Love and Ben McAdams debate.

Utah’s medical marijuana initiative is no longer a sure thing, poll finds

FEC does not back Mia Love’s claim that it has determined she did not raise $1 million illegally

ACLU says Operation Rio Grande was ‘designed as a hammer,’ and arrest figures show it

A group of private business leaders want to resurrect Salt Lake City’s abandoned Wingpointe Golf Course

‘Protect these members of the family’: Salt Lake City considers rules that would help prevent inhumane puppy mills


As intercountry adoptions decline, Rep. John Curtis is working to prevent international adoption from shutting down (Daily Herald)

Casey Snider appointed to Legislature by governor (Logan Herald Journal)